Thursday, February 26, 2009
Thursday, October 16, 2008
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Friday, September 26, 2008
Tom Collins (a.k.a. Heather)
- 1 1/2 oz gin
- 1 oz lemon juice
- 1/2 oz sugar syrup
- club soda
- maraschino cherry for garnish
- lemon slice or orange slice for garnish
Pour gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup in a collins glass with ice cubes. Stir well. Top with club soda and garnish with the cherry and lemon/orange slice.
*A lot of bars will make the Tom Collins using sour mix and soda water.
Harvey Wallbanger (a.k.a. Krista)
- 3/4 oz vodka
- 1 1/2 oz orange juice
- 1/4 oz Galliano
- orange slice for garnish
- maraschino cherry for garnish
Pou vodka and orange juice in a collins glass filled with ice. Add the Galliano. Garnish with the orange slice and maraschino cherry.
Monday, September 1, 2008
Just wanted to thank Modern Drunkard for having us at the Drunkard National Convention. Special thanks to Rich and Sid Pink. We had a blast and hope you did too!
By request, we wanted to share the recipes from the presentation.
- 1 1/2 oz bourbon, brandy or Cognac
- 3/4 oz Cointreau
- 1/4 oz lemon juice
*A little history to go with this drink: The Sidecar was created in Paris during WWI as a pre-dinner cocktail.
- 2 oz Watermelon Pucker
- 1 oz Pomegranate Vodka
- 3oz Guava nectar
- Splash of Fresca or Sprite
*"Pink" isn't exactly a classic/endangered cocktail, but it is delicious.
- 2 oz Southern Comfort
- 6 oz Cranberry Juice
- 1 wedge of lime
*SoCo has been produced since 1874 and is made from a blend of whiskey, peach, apricot, orange, vanilla, sugar and cinnamon flavors. The Scarlett O'Hara was one of the earliest Southern Comfort-based cocktails to be marketed.
- 1 1/2 oz brandy
- 1 oz dark creme de cacao
- 1 oz half & half
- 1/4 tsp grated nutmeg
*The Brandy Alexander was know as John Lennon's favorite drink.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
We found that rimming your glass with pop rocks makes for a very interesting drinking experience and putting pop rocks on a lime provides a fun kick after a shot.
The best part of the whole night was the knowledge that if we ran out of booze, we could pick some up because Denver finally allows alcohol sales on Sundays (as of July 1st)! This is the first time that liquor stores can sell alcohol on Sundays since the Prohibition.
Thank you Denver....thank you for making it easier for us LUPEC gals in Denver to do what we do best 7 days a week!
Thursday, May 1, 2008
The Mint Julep became Churchill Down's signature drink in 1938, but originated in the eighteenth century.
How To Make A Mint Julep
- leaves from 4-5 mint sprigs
- 2 sugar cubes or 1/2 oz. simple syrup
- 2 1/2 oz bourbon
- mint sprig for garnish
- Place the mint and simple syrup or sugar into a julep cup, collins glass or double old-fashioned glass.
- Muddle well to dissolve the sugar and to release the oil and aroma of the mint.
- Add the bourbon.
- Fill with crushed ice and stir well until the glass becomes frosty.
- Garnish with the mint sprig.
Fix yourself a mint julep and countdown the days to LUPEC Denver's Fourth Annual Breakfast for Boobs on May 11th!